Category: Premiere

Noisey Premiers Gothic Tropic’s “Stronger”

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Noisey premiere Gothic Tropic’s newest tune, “Stronger” here. The feature described Gothic Tropic’s track as, “fingerclicky cool, with a pinch of 60s shimmy and a pipette full of 80s power pop. It’s very top down, blow your hair back, foot to the floor as the magic hour dips to night.”

We agree.

Impose Premieres The Hairs’ “My Battleaxe”

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Impose premiered The Hairs’ newest lo-fi pop tune, “My Battleaxe” here.

Impose writes of the new track, “though the instrumentation is bright—the layering of different guitars, some wavy synths, tambourine—it spins a dizzy sense of desperation, like searching around blindfolded and then having your eyes uncovered and realizing what you were looking for was never there to begin with.”

“My Battleaxe” is off of The Hairs’ forthcoming record, ‘While I Hated Life, Barbarian’ due out on June 24 via Old Flame. Preorders are available here.

Impose Premieres Elijah’s “How’s Annie”

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Impose premiered Elijah’s new song, “How’s Annie,” here. Stay tuned for more electro happiness from Brooklyn’s Elijah, as we’ll be releasing their EP later in the year.

Consequence of Sound Premieres Dawg Yawp’s “Can’t Think”

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Consequence of Sound premiered Cincinnati duo, Dawg Yawp’s, new sitar-heavy track, “Can’t Think” here.

NPR All Songs Considered Premieres Dawg Yawp’s “East Virginia Blues”

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NPR All Songs Considered premiered Cincinnati duo, Dawg Yawp’s, new single, “East Virginia Blues here. Dawg Yawp’s tune heavily features a sitar which NPR says fits “perfectly into this traditional folk tune.”

Brooklyn Vegan Premiere’s The Hairs’ ‘Barbarians’

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Brooklyn Vegan premiered The Hair’s new tune, ‘Barbarian’ of their forthcoming record, ‘While, I Hated Life, Barbarian,’ here. Brooklyn Vegan discussed The Hairs cleaned up sonic aesthetic, praising frontman Kevin Alvir’s ability to write strong hooks and “unique lyrical content.”

‘While, I Hated Life, Barbarian’ is out June 24 via Old Flame and is available for vinyl pre-order here.

Glide Magazine Premieres Frontier Folk Nebraska’s ‘This One is for the Kid in the Back: Live at the Southgate House Revival’

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Glide Magazine premiered Frontier Folk Nebraska’s new record, ‘This One is for the Kid in the Back: Live at the Southgate House Revival’ here. Glide praised Frontier Folk Nebraska for being a “hard hitting rock and roll band from Kentucky, [that] are absolutely worthy of your attention.”

Frontier Folk Nebraska’s new album can be purchased here.

The FADER Premieres Keeps’ “Everyday” Video

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The FADER premiered the ‘Everyday’ video by Nashville duo, Keeps here.

The shimmery retro-pysch rock inspired tune is off of Keep’s new record, ‘Brief Spirit,’ available here.

KCRW Premieres Carey’s “You Were Right” Video

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KCRW premiered the “You Were Right” video by Nashville fuzz-pop outfit, Carey here. KCRW equated Carey’s sound as reminiscent Dinosaur Jr., Teenage Fanclub and Guided by Voices for their catchy hooks and “lack of pretension.”

“You Were Right” is off of Carey’s self-tilted EP, available here.

Wild Honey Pie Premieres Frontier Folk Nebraska’s “Desert Car Chase”

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The Wild Honey Pie premiered Frontier Folk Nebraska’s new tune, “Desert Car Chase” here. The Wild Honey Pie described the Covington, Kentucky’s new tune as, “an ode to classic American rock & roll, the song is unprocessed and natural — the electric guitar/snare drum combo is assertive and driven, the vocals are coarse and resilient and the lyrics are young and reckless.”

“Desert Car Chase” is off of Frontier Folk Nebraska’s newest record, ‘This One’s For the Kid in the Back: Live at the Southgate House Revival,’ available here.